If you have not had a physical in the past year, please reach out to your child’s physician to schedule one. If you cannot get an appointment with your child’s primary care physician, the options below are available. You can visit any of the schools, not just the school your child attends. Please call the school prior to going to confirm the nurse is able to see your child. 

    Please do not wait, there is limited availability. 


    Schedule & Locations


    • SOTA August 9th 9am-1pm
    • MONROE August 10th 9am-1pm
    • EDISON August 16th 9am-1pm
    • WILSON Commencement. August 17th 9am-2pm
    • WORLD of INQUIRY August 23rd 9am-2pm
    • WILSON Commencement. August 24th 9am-2pm


    EAST SBHC (UR)- Will be open for ALL RCSD STUDENTS. Please call (585) 288-1390 to schedule an appointment.


    All Students in order to be re-qualified need a vision and Blood pressure screen completed within the past 1 year.  If a Blood Pressure or vision screen were not done in school or completed during their most recent physical your child will be asked to see a health office staff member to have a Blood pressure or vision screen completed as part of the requalification process.  Nurses will communicate times and locations where students can be seen for these screenings.  In addition, if your child has a medical condition that requires medication such as a rescue inhaler for asthma or and Epi Pen you will be asked to have your child’s physician’s office provide the order for medication as part of the requalification process.

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    Joseph C. Wilson Magnet High School Athletics

    Coordinator of Health, Physical Education and Athletics

    Brendan O'Toole 


    (585)328-3440 ext. 1163  


    Welcome to the Wilson Magnet High School Athletic Department.

    The Home of the Wildcats!


    We believe that participation in athletic programs can teach students valuable lessons in time management and also help them develop as more well-rounded individuals.  We hope that the values our student-athletes learn through participation in the Wildcat sports program --teamwork, sportsmanship, leadership, and respect--will stay with them for a lifetime. 


    Section V

    The mission of the New York State interscholastic athletic programs is to foster the quest for excellence by creating an educational and competitive experience within an atmosphere of sportsmanship. Successful programs develop individual and team potential by promoting high standards of competence, character, civility, and citizenship.

    LINK To What's Happening Now

    Rochester City Athletic Conference (RCAC) Athletics Events/Schedules


    Wilson Athletics Events/Schedules


    Other Links

    New York State Section V Athletics Information